Mar 30, 2015 10:02AM

Ben Stiller's High School Punk Band To Release Their 1982 Album

Who am I?

Before Ben Stiller was Derek Zoolander, he was an alt teen making post-punk music with his high school mates in New York. Ben and three of his buddies were in a band called Capital Punishment and self-released an album called Roadkill when they were all around age 16. 

We know you're thinking that can't be good, but apparently it is. At least that's what the music label that represents Mac DeMarco and Wild Nothing thinks. Captured Tracks is re-releasing Roadkill, a rare album that currently retails for between $200 and $500.

Still don't believe us? Listen to 16-year-old Ben Stiller's mad drumming skillz on 'Confusion'.

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Lucy Jones